Are Kate and William at Wimbledon?
Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the Wimbledon Women's Singles final in London on Saturday, July 10. The match was played between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova. Kate attended the Wimbledon final in a green midi dress and white pumps. ... Congratulations @ashbarty on being crowned #Wimbledon champion. India TodayPrince William and Kate Middleton attend Wimbledon final. See pics
Is Prince William at the England game?
Prince William and Kate Middleton brought a special guest, and good luck charm, to Wembley Stadium to watch England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 finals match Sunday. USA TODAYPrince George cheers England's Euro 2020 finals goal; Prince William calls loss 'heartbreaking'
Who is the royal patron of Wimbledon?
Kate Middleton Ends Self-Isolation And Presents Wimbledon Trophy. The Duchess has been Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club since taking over from the Queen in 2016. TownandCountrymag.comKate Middleton Ends Self-Isolation And Presents Wimbledon Trophy
Is Prince George at Wembley Stadium?
P rince George joined his parents and thousands of fans at Wembley for the Euro 2020 final clash with Italy. The seven-year-old wore a suit and tie at the stadium despite stories that he might wear an England shirt on the night. Evening StandardPrince George joins England fans at Wembley for Euro 2020 final
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Saturday's outing marked Kate's first appearance since Kensington Palace announced that the royal was self-isolating after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
A spokesperson for the palace said in a statement, "Last week, The Duchess of Cambridge came into contact with someone who has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home."
Before she went into isolation, Kate had made a happy return to the tournament on July 2 for the first time since it was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The mom of three took in a match after helping prepare food in the kitchens on the grounds and visited the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, where she took in a special exhibition on the Centenary of Centre Court.
Kate and William aren't the only members of the royal family to attend the famed tennis tournament this year. Royal sightings included Zara and Mike Tindall on a day date (and sipping Pimm's Cups!), Princess Beatrice showing off her baby bump with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Kate's parents Carole and Michael Middleton taking in a match from the Royal Box at Centre Court.
Queen Elizabeth's cousin Prince Edward, Duke of Kent has also been in attendance on multiple days. On Friday, he announced that he would be stepping down as President of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club after over 50 years in the position.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their eldest child, Prince George, in the Royal Box at Wembley on Sunday as they hoped to witness sporting history.
55 years after their win in the 1966 World Cup, England played in their first major international tournament final – the European Championships.
Just 117 seconds into the game, 25-year-old Luke Shaw got England off to a perfect start as he scored the quickest goal in Euros finals history.
As Shaw scored the opening goal, television cameras zoomed in on the royal box with pictures of a jubilant royal trio being beamed across the globe.
Dressed in a smart suit, Prince George could be seen cheering at the goal, with his dad erupting in excitement beside him.
But the fairytale start for England didn’t last with Italy scoring a goal in the second half.
The match then went into extra time, but the teams still could not be separated.
Penalties then came into the equation with England hoping to put their poor record at shootouts behind them.
It was a good start for England with the Three Lions leading in penalties at one point.
But ultimately, it was Italy who came out victorious beating England 3-2.
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It’s a long-standing tradition that members of the royal family attend the Wimbledon tennis championships in London each year, and they always seem to have the best time at the annual sporting event! From Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan, to their husbands Prince William and Prince Harry, it’s always fun to see the joy on their faces.
The first appearance of someone from the British brood dates back to 1907 when King George V and Queen Mary attended the oldest tennis tournament in the world. Decades later, Queen Elizabeth II’s father, King George VI, gave his tennis skills a whirl when he attempted to compete in the 1926 Wimbledon championship. However, he “lost ignominiously in the first round and never entered again,” according to author Bruce Tarran.
Fast forward to 2017, Duchess Kate inherited the All England Club as a patronage when Queen Elizabeth II resigned from the post after her 90th birthday, a position she held since 1952.
As for her work with Wimbledon, Kate is dedicated to not only attending the championships, but makes multiple visits to charities and sporting programs throughout the year that are supported by the organization.
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, meanwhile, has been the All England Club president since 1969, and presents winners of the tennis championships their trophies at the end of the tournament each year.
Additionally, Wimbledon 2018 marked the first solo outing for Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan, two months after they became sisters-in-laws when the Suits alum tied the knot to Prince Harry in May of that year. Tennis pro Serena Williams — a close pal of Meghan — was in attendance at the couple’s nuptials.
Scroll down to see photos of the royals at Wimbledon over the years!
A day after Duchess Kate attended the ladies’ final with her husband, Prince William, she returned for the men’s final during the tennis championship. The Duchess attended the match alongside her father, Michael Middleton.
Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the ladies final in July 2021 during the Wimbledon tournament, which was Kate’s first outing since she self-isolated after being exposed to COVID-19 a week earlier.
Pregnant Princess Beatrice showed off her growing baby bump on July 8 with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, attended the event on July 7 with her husband, Mike Tindall.
Duchess Kate was spotted in the royal box on July 2 after touring the grounds and learning how to make the venue’s iconic strawberry desserts.
Duchess Meghan was spotted cheering on friend Serena Williams.
Kate grinned ear to ear as she cheered on the athletes.
Kate’s parents, Michael Middleton and Carole Middleton, looked chic as they took in the sporting event.
Pippa Middleton — Kate’s sister — and her husband, James Matthews, kept a low profile while they watched day 11 of the tournament.
Meghan and Kate spent quality time together as they enjoyed the nice weather and tennis matches.
Pippa and her brother James Middleton looked excited as they pumped their fists when the tennis players competed.
Prior to her high-profile romance with Harry, Meghan looked adorable as she cheered on pal Serena Williams.
Kate and William looked poised as they took in day two of the Men’s finals.
Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas got flirty with her new beau Edward Holcroft while they enjoyed Wimbledon.
Sisters Pippa and Kate looked flawless at the annual tennis match.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were in attendance when Roger Federer from Switzerland played Fabio Fognini from Italy.
Queen Elizabeth II looked vibrant in a blue outfit.
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